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 NS  Vol.3 No.2 , February 2011
A new method of temporary plugging based on andreasen equation
Abstract: Based on the fractal nature of pore size in sandstone and grindingbody within a certain range and the Andreasen equation in theory, using the optimization theory of traditional tem- porary plugging agent for reference, we established a new temporary plugging method for reservoir protection. This new method emphasizes on the formulation and optimization of solid filling particles and softening particles. It is good in easy operation and strong applicability. Indoor experiments with the natural core from Hailaer area were conducted using this new method. Compared with traditional methods, the filtration reduced significantly and the permeability recovery was improved greatly, which verified the rationality of this new method.
Cite this paper: Sun, Y. , Qin, Y. and Li, Q. (2011) A new method of temporary plugging based on andreasen equation. Natural Science, 3, 120-123. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.32017.
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